This checklist is designed to offer guidance to decision makers in enterprises, small and mid tier organizations, government agencies or other organizations to assess single sign-on (SSO) systems, as well for SSO developers to ensure that they have provided is equipped to detect the possibilities of exchanging identification and authentication credentials.
This checklist will provide you with:
- The most important metrics to consider
- Making sure that your SSO system is fully SSO enabled
- A handy matrix form for you to see what each vendor has to offer
Checklist for Single Sign-on Systems
|Key Metrics||Does the SSO Support|
|End users or customers|
|Password Vaulting vs True SSO|
|Meet Security regulatory compliance|
|Disaster Recovery Availability|
|High usability features|
|Developer Support -custom apps and third party systems|
|Compliance based reporting|
|User Behaviour Analytics (UBA)|
|Data processing model|
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